Serikin Border Market


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Tour Code: BPKCH08
Departure Time: 9.00AM (Ex City Area)
Duration: 5 Hours
Meal: N/A

Brief Itinerary


Serikin is a tiny little village near the border of Sarawak with the Indonesia. It is takes about 1 ½ hours drive from Kuching City. During the weekends traders from across the border and nearby areas come to offer their wares and produce. They hawk authentic Indonesia sarongs, household items and food ranging from farm produce such as vegetables and fruits to seafood and meats.

Along the way are also makeshift roadside markets selling anything from antiques to wild ornamental plants, exotic orchids to equally exotic fruits, local kueh to all types of pulut and fragrant locally grown rice sometimes recently harvested. On the way back to Kuching, stop at Sarawak Pottery Factory to buy souvenir and gift.

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